Nantucket Conservation Foundation Hires New Interim Executive Director

NANTUCKET – Members of the Nantucket Conservation Foundation have named David Worth as their new interim executive director, until a permanent replacement for Jim Lentowski, who retired last month, is hired.

Lentowski spent 47 years leading the organization which protects more than 9,000 acres of open space across the island, including Sanford Farm, Tupancy Links, Squam Farm and Swamp, the Milestone and Windswept cranberry bogs, and more.

Worth is a retired senior executive with over 35 years of management experience. In his most recent position, he had the opportunity led a $100 million global services advisory practice at ‘ARCADIS NV’, a publicly traded global technical consulting company from which he retired.

On-island, he currently serves as chairman of the Town of Nantucket’s Finance Committee and on a number of ad hoc town committees.

Worth grew up on Nantucket and returned in the summers with his wife and their two sons.

Founded in 1963, the mission of the Nantucket Conservation Foundation is to assist in the preservation of Nantucket’s character by permanently conserving, maintaining, and managing natural areas, habitats, and more.

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